A Bexon cow thief was ordered to attend church every Sunday as part of his sentence when he appeared in court.
The man was identified by the Praedial Larceny Unit as Nyim Callender of Marc, Bexon.
According to the unit, on January 17, 2020, its northern team received a report that a cow valued at $4,000 was stolen from a Bexon resident.
Acting on information, officers of the unit arrested Callender, it was reported.
The Praedial Larceny Unit disclosed that on Tuesday, January 21, 2020, he appeared before the First District Court where he pleaded guilty to the charge of praedial larceny.
A unit release said the cow thief was fined $2000.
As part of his sentence he is supposed to report to the Probation Office, attend church every Sunday and take part in sporting activities in his community, according to the release.
In default he will serve six months in prison.
Earlier this month Johnson Pierre of Mongouge, Choiseul was placed on probation for one year for stealing sweet potatoes from his sister in February, 2018.
The stolen goods were valued at $40.00.
Pierre was expected to a drug abuse prevention course and a skills training programme through the probation services while on probation or in default, serve 3 months in prison.